Agriculture

August 20, 2014 2:48 PM

Ranchers begin to rebuild cattle herds

Plenty of rain and lower feed prices give cattle producers solid reasons to start expanding herds that were cut during drought.

Related content

Comments

Videos

More Videos

What it's like to fly a crop duster 2:13

What it's like to fly a crop duster

Kansas wheat tour finds strong 2016 crop 1:19

Kansas wheat tour finds strong 2016 crop

Falling ag land values mean trouble for farmers 1:04

Falling ag land values mean trouble for farmers

Sugarcane aphid problem needs 'a community approach' 0:58

Sugarcane aphid problem needs 'a community approach'

VIDEO: Farmer welcomes Pompeo bill to block GMO labeling 1:03

VIDEO: Farmer welcomes Pompeo bill to block GMO labeling

VIDEO: 'You think that we're just greedy farmers' 1:46

VIDEO: 'You think that we're just greedy farmers'

'You think that we're just greedy farmers' 1:46

'You think that we're just greedy farmers'

VIDEO: Rain revives Kansas wheat crop 1:10

VIDEO: Rain revives Kansas wheat crop

Retiree needs to keep working 2:42

Retiree needs to keep working

Baby boomers enjoy maintenance-free lifestyle 1:20

Baby boomers enjoy maintenance-free lifestyle

Heartland CU breaks ground for new Wichita-area branch 1:07

Heartland CU breaks ground for new Wichita-area branch

Share Video

Editor's Choice Videos